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Department of Homeland Security: A Strategic Approach is Needed to Better Ensure the Acquisition Workforce Can Meet Mission Needs
Thomas W. Essig (au)
The Dept. of Homeland Security (DHS) is one of the largest procurement spending agencies in the federal govít. In FY 2007, DHS obligated $12 billion for a wide range of goods and services to meet mission needs. Like other fed. agencies, DHS has faced challenges in building and sustaining a capable workforce to support its acquisitions. This report: identifies and assesses DHS's efforts to build and sustain an effective acquisition workforce, and determines the extent to which DHS has planned strategically for the acquisition workforce. To conduct the work, the author collected and reviewed data and interviewed officials from the Office of the Chief Procurement Officer (CPO), DHS's 9 procurement offices, and 9 program offices. Charts and tables.
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